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Australian ICT Services Market Overview: 2009-10 Product Image

Australian ICT Services Market Overview: 2009-10

  • ID: 1112426
  • July 2009
  • Region: Australia
  • 14 pages
  • Longhaus


  • Accenture
  • Capgemini
  • Dimension Data
  • HCL Technologies
  • KPMG
  • Satyam
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Contrary to popular belief Australia’s domestic spending is not driven by agriculture, mining or manufacturing. Instead domestic production activity is dominated by services industries which represented an estimated 71% of onshore output in 2008i. Based on briefings taken by Longhaus from ICT vendors in various sectors, including hardware, software and services, the consensus is that Australia is a highly mature consumer of ICT services. Therefore the current and potential future performance of the Australian ICT services sector is an important consideration for end-user buyers and vendors alike.

To aid in this process Longhaus explored end-user intentions in relation to use of professional and managed ICT services as part of our annual ICT Spending and Investment Priorities Study. The Q1 2009, survey took responses from senior business decision makers across 110 of Australia’s medium to large organisations with 56% of the sample being medium to large businesses (100-1000 employees), and 38% from large enterprises (more than 1000 employees)ii. This combined with briefings from ICT service provides including IBM, EDS, Wipro and Fujitsu has enabled Longhaus to determine READ MORE >

- Datacom
- MelbourneIT
- SMS Management and Technology
- Alphawest
- UXC Group
- Dialog Information Technology
- Macquarie Telecommunications
- Gen-I
- Oakton
- KAZ Group
- Fujitsu
- Hansen Technologies
- Brennan
- Unisys
- Accenture
- Dimension Data
- Deloitte
- Infosys
- HP
- Satyam
- Capgemini
- BearingPoint
- Logica
- Wipro
- Tata Consulting
- HCL Technologies
- Patni

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